So I've used Zenfolio for about 6-7 years now. I like the way I can "nest" albums as deep as I want to group photos. I'm not a working photographer. The only reason I have the site is to share photos here (previously on PotN when I shot Canon), and on a non-photography forum that I run, as well as for my family and close friends to view pictures of my kids and events family events I photograph. The photos I post are about 1/3 candid family stuff or vacations, 1/3 portrait work, and 1/3 "art" photography like still life, landscape, wildlife etc. The "challenge" I'm pondering is, no one in my family cares about my "artistic" photography and none of them go and really browse my site. I send them links or post a gallery to facebook when I upload family pictures. So I thought about moving everything to flickr so I can interact with other people more. Follow some people and eventually maybe garner some followers. I'm not looking to get famous, I'm not going to abandon my primary career and become a photographer so I don't necessarily want to create a portfolio that only contains my top 1%. But the flip side is, no one on flickr probably cares about the random family shots I take at the childrens museum. So here's where I'm at. Either 1) stick with Zenfolio, 2) migrate to flickr, or 3) keep one site for your family photos and a separate site for your "portfolio". #3 doesn't appeal much to me. The only thing I don't like about flickr is the photostream concept and the fact that you can't organize photo sets within groups like you can on Zenfolio. If I do get some shots that garner some attention and someone clicks on my photo stream and the most recent shots are my kids at the circus, is that going to be a turn off to someone looking at my more artistic work? Long and rambling I know. I think the fundamental question is one I'm probably not alone on... how do you separate your "artistic" photography from your snapshots... or do you even try?